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Mar 27, 2011 7:30am EDT
year the national urban league focuses on the status of america's urban and underserved communities in the state of black america report. this year's theme is about rebuilding jobs and putting urban america back to work. in their effort to help those struggling in this economy, the national urban league has provided a number of resources to support small businesses. bu sesistalk ateil moriale, the president and ceo-of-the-national urban league, david simms, proprietor of edible delights catering in philadelphia, and lonnie grayson, the president of environmental an safety solutions in cincinnati. great to see all of you. >> great to be you. >> thanks for having us. >> great to be here. >> great to see you there in cincinnati. thanks for joining us, lonnie. mark, you've seen a lot of success in terms of the number of african-americans starting small businesses recently. tell me a little bit about that. >> the number of african-americans who have embraced the spirit of entrepreneurship is really increasing. i think david and lonnie are great examples of people who have really made a c
Mar 6, 2011 7:30am EST
in a foreign country, and that country helps finance selling the product back to america. so, you know, it's really something that we should look at doing here, you know, to try and put people back to work. but what this country will do is they'll actually help finance the company at a 0% interest loan to produce the product there and then ship it back to america. >> yeah, my answer's very similar to that. this is a case where the incentive to finance the trade may be in the other country. >> right. >> if you're not going to use our incentives, the import/export bank and other things it may be that the other countries where you're interested in doing business have an incentive they're trying to reach. >> so it makes perfect sense where do you go to even figure out who to talk to there? >> that's the challenge of international finance. >> right. >> you almost have to go country by country. you could start out with the federal government, obviously. they can provide resources. but you almost have to be on the ground in these countries to find out the best way to operate. >> or get a partner
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